The big Sixties music Fest – https://www.trybooking.com/BBXYX
It’s a festival of sixties music, fashion and fun
Three of the best sixties bands in the land. The legendary Boy’s and the amazing Rock n Roll radio Hits featuring Paul Reading and Richard Philips plus The Rustlers with their high energy sixties rock n roll
There are prizes for best dressed and try your hand at Go Go Dancing cages provided.
You can win a electric guitar and retro radio as well as special guest singer Annie Carter and Celebrity DJ’S
The biggest show of the year at the British Working Men’s Club
Saturday 20th of July doors open at 6pm
Bookings through trybookings https://www.trybooking.com/BBXYX
or Monday at the British working men’s club on 8347 4090 $25.00 10% discount for Members
Book a table with friends.
The British Workingmens Club Inc.
Address: 11/9-15 Davis St , Wingfield SA 5013
Wheelchair access: Yes
20 Jul at 6pm Full Price $25.00
THE BRITISH WORKINGMEN'S CLUB was established way back in 1953 but the first Club rooms were not established until 1959 when the then State Government granted a land grant to allow for the establishment of a quality meeting place for the hundreds of the post war British migrants that decided to settle in Adelaide. The club soon become extremely popular and was patronized by hundreds of people after work each day and of course on the weekends. In it's hey days the club would provide world class entertainment with the likes of GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS, DEL SHANNON, NORMAN WISDOM, THE SEARCHERS and so many more. Today The British Workingmen's Club continues to provide some of the Best Live Entertainment in South Australia keeping up It's amazing Legacy upon which It was Built.